Tiffany Trump and Chelsea Clinton Had Very Different Fashion Week Experiences

Tiffany Trump and Chelsea Clinton Had Very Different Fashion Week Experiences

Tiffany Trump caused quite a stir at New York Fashion Week on Monday night - and it wasn't because of her edgy outfit.

Think her spacious setup is because she and her infamous rich kid friends Gaia Matisse and Andrew Warren are VIPs? "Even my girlfriend is here and she didn't have a seat".

Christina Binkley, a former Wall Street Journal fashion columnist, posted a photo of empty seats next to Tiffany.

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"This dream came true for me tonight", Phillip said, addressing the crowd in a bold move before the show began.

The writer was also apparently near one of Tiffany's Secret Service agents at the show. The 19-year-old is well on her way to building her own empire, and that just got a little easier thanks to a resolution in her trademark war with Kylie Minogue. He modeled in front of a celebrity packed front row including Madonna, Paris Hilton and Kylie Jenner. Among them were Jeremy Meeks (also known as the "Hot Mugshot Guy" who became an Internet sensation), New England Patriots' wide receiver Danny Amendola (fresh off his Super Bowl win), Sofia Richie, top-hatted and masked graffiti artist Alec Monopoly, photographer Sebastian Faena and rappers Young Thug, Desiigner and Fetty Wap. Ahead of the show, Plein borrowed President Trump's controversial slogan "Make America Great Again", using the hashtag #LetsMakeNYFWgreatAgain on Instagram.